Monday, October 31, 2011

Lessons from Dapocalypse Reader

I'm processing Google's day of infamy. I've written my Dear Google letter. So what lessons do I take away from this?

Here are a few ...

  1. If you're not paying for it, you're the product.
  2. If you can't store Cloud data locally, you're just renting.
  3. It's time for me to learn Twitter. I've started; there will be more on that in future posts.
  4. I'm done with G+. Why should I trust Google to save my G+ content? That would be like going for date with a serial killer.
  5. I need to move my blogs to a service I'm paying for. (That won't be easy.)
  6. My components of a knowledge share solution post is simpler now.

I'm sure I'll come up with a few more.

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